The church’s president favors the use of “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,” the name he believes God communicated to Joseph Smith in 1838.
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“Victims should know that the pope is on their side,” the Vatican said in response to a grand jury report on clergy sex abuse.
The woman, Martha Bishara, was cutting dandelions with a knife when officers asked her to drop it. Her family said she speaks very little English.
Robert S. Graetz describes the night of the bombing, an attack memorialized in a note handwritten by Mrs. Parks, which now belongs to him.
States like Ohio are placing their surpluses in rainy-day funds, but cities that have suffered because of cuts since the recession say it is time to loosen up.
Masterpiece Cakeshop is at the center of another battle over whether claims of religious freedoms can be used to refuse services to gay and transgender people.
Chris Watts was arrested Wednesday in Frederick, Colo., on suspicion of killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters.
Republicans may be struggling to sell their $1.5 trillion tax cut to voters, but the law has helped unleash tens of millions from donors who benefited handsomely from it.
After a string of crackdowns on the platforms, President Trump vowed to prevent voices aligned with his administration from being removed.
Without waiting for Congress or the Trump administration, states have passed many laws to hold down drug prices, over the objections of manufacturers.
Some hospital emergency departments are giving people medicine for withdrawal, plugging a hole in a system that too often fails to provide immediate treatment.
There was something about the fact that she looked like our aunts, mothers, sisters and neighbors that made her thrilling and untouchable and relatable.
We assessed President Trump’s claims about Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and the ensuing federal investigation of his campaign.
City health workers are handing out buprenorphine prescriptions to homeless people in hopes of getting them into treatment.
In a memo filed Friday evening, Robert Mueller said that George Papadopoulos’s attempts to mislead the F.B.I. had a significant effect on the investigation into Russian election interference.
The decision could be a major setback for the effort to prosecute the five detainees who are accused of aiding the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
From revoked security clearances to the Manafort trial, it’s been a busy week in American politics. Here are five of the biggest stories (and some links if you want to read further).
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke laid the bulk of the blame for California’s blazes on “environmental terrorist groups.”
President Trump is planning an overhaul of climate regulations that lets states set their own rules, according to people who have seen the proposal. Environmentalists say emissions could rise.
The department suggested Facebook could be held liable if housing providers used the site’s targeting tools to discriminate against prospective renters and buyers in advertising their properties.
Encouraged by Michael Jackson, Mr. Rothenberg became an artist known as Dave Dave promoting positivity. His burning was the basis of a TV movie.
Mr. Gignac, promoting wash-and-wear styles, ran a New York salon that attracted clients like Gloria Vanderbilt, Elizabeth Taylor and Catherine Deneuve.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
“I never expected — or wanted — to have to be a whistleblower,” Cara Mund, the winner of Miss America 2018, wrote in a letter.
The jury in the financial fraud trial of Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, deliberated for a second day without reaching a verdict.
The United States and Mexico are making progress, but the trade talks still exclude America’s closer political and economic partner.
The penalties, for what the Treasury Department called ethnic cleansing and other human rights abuses, target four Burmese military and border guard commanders and two military units.
The decision is the United States’ latest step back from a seven-year war that has been largely won by a brutal government and its Russian and Iranian backers.
A motion filed on behalf of a Sandy Hook victim’s father accused Mr. Jones, who is being sued for spreading false claims about the 2012 school shooting, of deleting videos and social media posts.
Photographers read poems written by 6 women. Here’s what they saw in the words.
After overcoming heroin addiction, he became a drug abuse counselor and founded an organization to help long-forgotten black basketball players.
President Trump threatened to revoke “very soon” the security clearance of the little-known Justice Department official, who has been accused of having helped start the Russia investigation.
His family was deported from Peru to an American wartime internment camp, setting him on a mission to have the wrongs redressed. He died still waiting.